Last Will and Testament


While planning ahead for a time after you have passed can be challenging, it is important to remember that by having a last will and testament in place, you can eliminate some of the unnecesary challenges that may arise during probate. By establishing a will, you are creating a plan for the provision of your loved ones after your death.  Anyone who wishes to appoint a guardian for their children, make specific gifts to loved ones, or assist loved ones in other ways upon their passing should have a will.  Without a will, your assets will be distributed according to a statutory formula, which may result in unintended consequences.  Our firm provides secure and comprehensive wills to give clients peace of mind that their affairs are in order.  

We welcome the oppurtunity to assit you and invite you to contact our office today.



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